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Your Guide to Exploring Mohawk Area

Dominated by the Cliff Range, the community of Mohawk can be found in the far north of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. During the early 1900's, it was the site of the Mohawk Mining Company and is believed to be the only place where the rare mineral, Mohawkite, was ever found. While mining operations…

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Plan a Day Trip to the Twin Lakes Area

Most visitors to the Keweenaw know of McLain State Park or Fort Wilkins Historic State Park, both north of the Lift Bridge. However, there’s another great option right along M-26 that many people zoom right by: Twin Lakes State Park. Not only does the park itself have quite a bit to do, there are…

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4th of July in the Keweenaw

From celebrations of independence taking place in communities throughout the region, to awe-inspiring natural beauty and rich cultural heritage to explore... the Keweenaw Peninsula offers a unique and unforgettable 4th of July experience. Join us as we enjoy the warmth of long summer days, the smell…

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Your Ultimate Springtime Guide to the Keweenaw

Listen to the drip-drops of snow melting and feel the warmth of the sun as the days lengthen in the Keweenaw. Spring is a special time of year here. While this is often an overlooked season for travelers, it’s a time of year that locals cherish and look forward to. This magical time of year brings…

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36 HOURS IN THE KEWEENAW: WINTER EDITION

So you’re planning a visit to the Keweenaw Peninsula this winter. First of all, welcome to one of the most beautiful places in the world. There’s something undeniably special about exploring the largest peninsula in the largest lake on earth. Second, forget everything you think you know about…

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